By Elective Category (primarily for majors)

IDAAS Core Courses

  • ASAM 90. Asian American and Multiracial Community Studies.
  • ASAM 115. Theory and Methods in Asian American Studies.
  • ASAM 150/SOC 150. Contemporary Asian American Issues.
  • ASAM 190a/ASAM 190PO. Asian American Studies Senior Seminar.
  • ASAM 190b/ASAM 191PO. Asian American Studies Senior Thesis.
  • HIST 125AA/ASAM 125. Introduction to Asian American History, 1850-Present.

IDAAS Elective Courses

  • ASAM 197. Special Topics in Asian American Studies.

ELECTIVE CATEGORIES:

1. ASAM Social Sciences Courses

  • ASAM 082/SOC 082AA. Racial Politics Teaching. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 085. Health Inequities: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 094. Community Health. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 095. Asian Americans and Non-Profits. (Staff)
  • ASAM 103. Asian American Voices. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 111. Pacific Islanders and Education. (Staff)
  • ASAM 135. Race, Empire, Filipina/o America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 188. Decolonizing Education. (K. Yep)
  • EA 086. Environmental Justice. (B. Sarathy)
  • POLI 118. Korea and Korean Americans. (T. Kim)
  • POLI 127AA. Politics and Public Policy of Asian Communities in the United States. (T. Kim)
  • PSYC 153AA. Introduction to Asian American Psychology. (S. Goto)
  • PSYC 155. Seminar in Ethnic Minority Psychology and Mental Health. (W. Hwang)
  • RLST 115. Asian American Religions. (K. Yonemoto)
  • SOC 076. Asians in America: Model Minority and Perpetual Foreigner. (A. Junisbai)
  • SOC 84AA. Nonviolent Social Change. (K. Yep)
  • SOC 095. Contemporary Central Asia. (A. Junisbai)
  • SOC 124AA. Global Asia/Asian America. (H. Thai)

2. ASAM Humanities Courses

  • ASAM 022. Asian American Wellness. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 030. A Taste of Asian American Food Politics: An Explorations of Asian American Identity, Culture, and Community Through Food. (E. O’Brien)
  • ASAM 077. Tattoos in American Popular Culture. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 086. Social Documentation and Asian Americans. (K. Mak)
  • ASAM 103. Asian American Voices. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 105. Zines in Asian America. (T. Honma) (ASAM 075 renumbered effective 2014-2015)
  • ASAM 130. Science, Technology, Asian America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 134. South Asian American Experiences. (Staff)
  • ASAM 171. Visual Culture at the Margins. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 179a. Asian American Cultural Politics: Hip Hop. (Staff)
  • ASAM 179D. Mixed Race Experience. (Staff)
  • ASAM 187. Arts, Activism, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. (Staff)
  • ASAM 189HIST. Globalization and Oceania: Hawai’i and Tonga. (C. Johnson/K. Yep)
  • ENGL 054. Asian/American Literature Since 2000. (J. Jeon)
  • ENGL 114. Asian/American Forms. (J. Jeon)
  • ENGL 180. Asian American Fiction. (W. Liu)
  • ENGL 189J. Asian American Literature (J. Jeon)
  • JPNT 177. Japanese and Japanese American Women Writers. (L. Miyake)
  • JPNT 178. Japanese and Japanese American Autobiography. (L. Miyake)
  • MS 100AA. Asian Americans in Media: A Historical Survey. (M. Ma)
  • MUS 126. Music in East Asia and its American Diasporas. (Y. Kang)
  • THEA 001G. Acting for Social Change. (J. Lu)
  • THEA 115N. Staging Our Stories: Contemporary Asian American Drama. (J. Lu)

3. ASAM Gender and Sexuality Courses

  • AMST 127. Women and War. (J. Um)
  • ASAM 105. Asian American and Queer Zines. (T. Honma) (ASAM 075 renumbered effective 2014-2015)
  • ASAM 128. Body Modification in Asia, Pacific, America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 160. Asian American Women’s Experiences. (Staff)
  • ASAM 197 (Spring 2011). Queering Asian America. (Staff)
  • ENGL 183. Asian American Literature: Gender and Sexuality. (W. Liu)
  • JPNT 177. Japanese and Japanese American Women Writers. (L. Miyake)
  • JPNT 178. Japanese and Japanese American Autobiography. (L. Miyake)
  • MS 080AA. Video and Diversity. (M. Ma)
  • MS 100AA. Asian Americans in Media: A Historical Survey. (M. Ma)

4. Comparative Ethnic Studies Courses (Comparative ethnic studies course as approved by your advisor or crosslisted in IDBS, or IDCS)

  • ASAM 077. Tattoos in American Popular Culture. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 082/SOC 082AA. Racial Politics of Teaching. (K. Yep)
  • ASAM 171. Visual Culture at the Margins. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 179D. Mixed Race Experience. (Staff)
  • ASAM 188. Decolonizing Education. (K. Yep)
  • MS 080AA. Video and Diversity. (M. Ma)
  • POLI 128. Race and American Capitalism. (T. Kim)
  • PSYC 151CH. Issues in the Psychology of Multicultural Education. (R. Buriel)
  • PSYC 155. Seminar in Ethnic Minority Psychology and Mental Health. (W. Hwang)
  • SOC 084AA. Nonviolent Social Change. (K. Yep)

5. Courses related to Asia and Migration, Globalization and/or Imperialism

  • ASAM 128. Body Modification in Asia, Pacific, America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 130. Science, Technology, Asian America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 135. Race, Empire, Filipina/o America. (T. Honma)
  • ASAM 189HIST. Globalization and Oceania: Hawai’i and Tonga. (C. Johnson/K. Yep)
  • HIST 128. Immigration and Ethnicity in America. (H. Barron)
  • HIST 172. Empire and Sexuality. (C. Johnson)
  • IIS 128. The War on Terror. (J. Parker)
  • POLI 118. Korea and Korean Americans. (T. Kim)
  • RLST 115. Asian American Religions. (K. Yonemoto)
  • SOC 095. Contemporary Central Asia. (A. Junisbai)
  • SOC 124AA. Global Asia/Asian America. (H. Thai)
  • SOC 126AA. Immigration and the Second Generation. (H. Thai)